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Pennsylvania Firearms Law Struck Down

Pennsylvania Firearms Law Struck Down Summary: A law that allowed residents and organizations to sue municipalities over gun laws has been struck down. A state law that allowed Pennsylvania firearm owners and organizations to sue municipalities over gun-related regulations has been struck down. The law…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2015

Kathleen Kane, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Facing Investigation

Kathleen Kane, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Facing Investigation Summary: Kathleen Kane faces perjury charges and other allegations that she abused her power. According to the Morning Call, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, was ordered on Friday to explain why she terminated a key prosecutor. Two of her offices…>read more

1 Comment April 13, 2015

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Nominee to Withdraw from Consideration

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Nominee to Withdraw from Consideration Summary: Thomas Kistler, whose confirmation hearing was supposedly scheduled for tomorrow for his appointment to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, is now expected to withdraw from consideration in light of emails that have surfaced. According to Penn Live, Thomas Kistler was…>read more

No Comment February 23, 2015

Pennsylvania Attorney’s License to Practice under Investigation

Pennsylvania Attorney’s License to Practice under Investigation Summary: A Pennsylvania attorney is being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office to determine if she has a license to practice law in the state. According to WJACtv.com, a Huntingdon, Pennsylvania law firm received an unpleasant surprise: that one of…>read more

2 Comments January 2, 2015

Scientist Convicted of Poisoning Wife with Cyanide

Scientist Convicted of Poisoning Wife with Cyanide Summary: A Pennsylvania jury convicted Robert Ferrante, a manager of a scientific lab, of poisoning his wife with cyanide. The case appears as clear cut as it is mind boggling. Robert Ferrante, who managed a chemical laboratory, has been convicted…>read more

No Comment November 11, 2014

Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Asks for Stay of Sentencing

Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Asks for Stay of Sentencing Summary: A former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice has had her sentencing stayed for the time being, but she still remains a convicted felon.  The sentence of former Pennsylvania state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin has been placed on hold for…>read more

No Comment October 8, 2014

Pennsylvania Sued by California Animal Rights Group Over Dog Kennel Laws

Pennsylvania Sued by California Animal Rights Group Over Dog Kennel Laws Summary: An animal activist group from California has sued the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania over their dog kennel laws and regulations.  Animal-rights activists claim that a Pennsylvania state regulation that allows commercial breeding kennels to keep nursing mothers and puppies in mesh-floor…>read more

No Comment August 14, 2014

Philly Mother Charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon

Philly Mother Charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon Shaneen Allen is a young mother from Philadelphia. Allen was charged with gun infractions following a traffic stop in New Jersey. She legally carries the gun in Pennsylvania and is hoping to catch leniency from the New Jersey judge who…>read more

3 Comments July 18, 2014

Hinshaw & Culbertson Adds Alan Kaufman to New York Office

Hinshaw & Culbertson Adds Alan Kaufman to New York Office Alan Kaufman has joined the law firm of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP in the New York office as a partner, according to a press release. Kaufman comes to the firm from McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP. Kaufman has experience litigating…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2014

Transgender Woman Discriminated Against by Cabela’s

Transgender Woman Discriminated Against by Cabela’s A decision was made back in March by the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that Cabela’s discriminated against a transgender employee, according to the Philadelphia Gay News and ThinkProgress. Cabela’s has been involved in the fight for seven years…>read more

4 Comments June 23, 2014

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